There are 3 types of JT files — default ( *.tikd) and limitations (*.tikl) on the Server side, and JT files on the client side ( *.tik)
To create and send a JT file the user needs the corresponding software to be installed on the client side (see also "Main objectives", Advanced variant)
If a JT file is not provided the corresponding default JT file on the Server side is used (q. e. JT file on the client side has an advantage over the default JT file on the Server side).
If limitations JT file (on the Server side) exists it has an advantage over both the default JT file on the Server side and JT file on the client side.
It means that:
for Creation — if a particular section of the limitations JT file has Set by Administrator option button selected (see Fig. 12), parameters’ values from this section will be used instead of the corresponding parameters provided by both the default JT file on the Server side and JT file on the client side;
for Conversion — as soon as there is only one limitation parameter for Conversion (MAX amount of pages to be converted) — if the user send a PDF file and total amount of pages in this file to be converted is more than the limitation parameter, the PDF files will not be processed and the corresponding message will be sent to the user.